POINT PLEASANT — Two Memorial Middle School students placed in the 2022 Gandhi Art and Writing Contest from the Association of Indians in America-South Jersey Chapter.
The students that placed were Sadie Bober, eighth-grader, who came in third place and Sherri Surenian, seventh-grader, who earned an honorable mention.
Both students were recognized for this achievement during the Monday, Oct. 17 Point Pleasant Board of Education meeting.
The theme for the 2022 contest was based on Gandhi’s quote, “Honest Disagreement is Often a Good Sign of Progress.”
Superintendent of Schools Adam Angelozzi said, “I am incredibly proud of Sherri and Sadie for putting in some thoughtful work around Gandhi’s quote.”
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